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all that we are with amisha ghadiali (formally known as the future is beautiful)

Jun 7, 2018

How can we better respond to the challenge of climate change by moving beyond denial towards graceful, united action?

"When you hear a glacier melting, the rivers of water emerging from beneath it, it is enough to make your heart break. When Ice from a glacier breaks off into the Fjord it takes about 6 weeks for it to disappear into the ocean. A glacier takes 150,000 years to form." ~ MARTI

In this episode Amisha is in conversation with environmental activist, writer and photographer MARTI, who gave a keynote at the Copenhagen climate conference in 2009 and more recently has been working with indigenous groups across the planet at the front line of the climate crisis.

MARTI and Amisha discuss how the proximity of significant climate change so often gives rise to denial, why community is crucial to finding our way forward amid climate chaos, how the most humble acts can have incredible quantum impact and why we must reclaim the wisdom of previous civilisations to unite and face our future together.

"It is up to each one of us as a citizen of the world and a child of mother earth to move towards what will make changes." ~ MARTI

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